Paul Robinson, DMD
I feel very blessed to be able to do work that I truly love every day. I believe orthodontics is the best career in the world. I have the opportunity to meet and get to know people of all ages and backgrounds and have the opportunity to provide a wonderful service to my patients that, in some cases, can be life changing. I have the opportunity to work with many youth, the future of our nation, and I am proud to say that I believe we will be in excellent hands going forward. Orthodontics has been and continues to be a very rewarding and exciting career for me, and one that I hope to practice for a very long time.
My patients range in age from five to 70 and have come to me from all over Texas and the world. One of my favorite parts about orthodontics is that I get to form bonds and build relationships with multiple patients and their families. I cherish these relationships, and I am certain that many of them will last a lifetime.
Education and Experience
Receiving a great education was just the beginning of what I consider to be a life long journey of learning.
- Bachelor of Arts – University of South Florida
- Doctor of Dental Medicine – Nova Southeastern University
- General Practice Residency – Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Dayton, OH
- Fellowship in Craniofacial Orthodontics – University of Illinois Medical Center, Chicago, IL
- Certificate in Orthodontics – University of Nebraska
I attend multiple hours of continuing education yearly to keep up-to-date with the latest advancements in the field of orthodontics. I do this so that I can implement the best treatment modalities for my patients that result in a comfortable treatment experience with an excellent and stable orthodontic outcome.
I hold memberships in the following organizations:
- The American Association of Orthodontists
- The Texas Association of Orthodontists
- The American Association of Orthodontists Foundation Vanguard Society
- The Southwest Society of Orthodontists
- American Dental Association
- Texas Dental Association
- Fort Worth District Dental Society
- Omicron Kappa Upsilon, National Dental Honor Society
In the Office
My orthodontic team consists of some of the most highly trained and caring individuals in the field. Our team is a family, and each patient who is treated in our office becomes a member of our orthodontic family. My team takes pride in getting to know each patient and their families and goes out of their way to make each and every patient have the best possible experience.
My training as a dentist and orthodontist has afforded me the opportunity to help those in need in my local community by volunteering emergency dental treatment for patients through the GRACE (Grapevine Relief And Community Exchange) organization. I am a supporter of many local and national charities and I also sponsor many educational and extracurricular organizations within the local school districts. This affiliation with the local schools affords me another opportunity to connect with our youth and do some good in our community.
I was born in North Tonawanda, NY, and lived most of my life in Tampa, FL. I moved to the Grapevine area in 2007 with my wife Melanie, and our two children, Emma and Nicholas. I enjoy playing golf, and I am an avid fantasy football participant. I enjoy spending time with my family by going for a jog or bike ride with my kids at one of the many beautiful parks in Grapevine or as a spectator/caddy at Nick’s golf tournaments or an adoring fan at one of Emma’s theatre performances. During quieter times, I like to relax by watching a good comedy on television or getting lost in a mystery novel by one of my favorite authors.